Anthony Grainger Inquiry Report published: four members of Chambers appear in the Inquiry

12 July 2019

The Chairman of the Anthony Grainger Inquiry published his report today.  A copy can be found here.

The Inquiry was established pursuant to the Inquiries Act 2005 to inquire into the circumstances surrounding the death of Mr Granger, who died when he was shot by a Greater Manchester Police firearms officer on 3rd March 2012.

Jason Beer QC was Leading Counsel to the Inquiry.

Fiona Barton QC and Jonathan Dixey represented the National Crime Agency.

Claire Palmer appeared on behalf of the Independent Office for Police Conduct.

Some of the extensive press coverage of this important inquiry can be found here:  BBC News, The Guardian, and The Telegraph.

Member of Chambers have appeared all of the significant public inquiries over the past two decades ​and are recognised as leaders in this field



Jason Beer KC

Call 1992 | Silk 2011

Fiona Barton KC

Call 1986 | Silk 2011

Claire Palmer

Call 2003

Jonathan Dixey

Call 2007

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